Singer Paul Banks is flexing his film-making chops again—with the release today of the video for Interpol’s “Everything is Wrong”. The film is a gritty, black & white, and very intimate portrait of the band walking the streets of New York—that would be quite at home in a Jim Jarmusch film.

In the video, drummer Sam Fogarino is quite a charmer, wooing a pretty lady walking her dog ; guitarist Daniel Kessler is a bit of a Boy Scout who eats icecream and helps an old lady cross the street; but Paul however—he wanders around with his bodyguard harassing people on the sidewalks acting like an arrogant jerk. (Just in case you missed it, the woman being leered at by Paul in the video’s intro is none other than music video veteran—and model Helena Christensen).

Meanwhile, the band are tirelessly touring in promotion of their latest album El Pintor with headlining concerts and festival appearances (such as being announced in yesterday’s Primavera Sound lineup). You can check out Interpol’s 2015 North American tour Itinerary below


Interpol’s 2015 North American tour:

Wed/Apr-8 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre
Thu/Apr-9 San Diego, CA Humphreys
Fri/Apr-10 Indio, CA Coachella
Wed/Apr-15 Las Vegas, NV The Cosmopolitan
Fri/Apr-17 Indio, CA Coachella
Mon/Apr-20 Reno, NV Knitting Factory
Tue/Apr-21 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre
Thu/May-7 Richmond, VA The National
Fri/May-8 Raleigh,NC The Ritz
Sat/May-9 Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees Festival
Mon/May-11 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
Tue/May-12 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room
Wed/May-13 Detroit, MI The Fillmore
Fri/May-15 Cincinnati, OH Bogarts
Sat/May-16 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
Mon/Jul-20 Portland, ME State Theatre
Tue/Jul-21 Brooklyn, NY Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Park Bandshell
Thu/Jul-23 Boston, MA House of Blues
Fri/Jul-24 Boston, MA House of Blues
Sat/Jul-25 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier @ Penn’s Landing
Mon/Jul-27 Norfolk, VA The NorVa
Tue/Jul-28 Washington, DC Echostage
Wed/Jul-29 Albany, NY Upstate Concert Hall
Fri/Jul-31 Montreal, QB Metropolis

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